Local NAIDOC Events Calendar
NAIDOC is a time of celebration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and provides an opportunity to showcase Aboriginal cultural heritage and achievements.
The NAIDOC Awards recognise the achievements and contribution of Aboriginal people in their chosen field.
To register to attend the Lord Mayors Morning tea and presentation please contact
To commemorate NAIDOC Week, join us for a FREE community screening of short film from the National Film & Sound Archive Blackscreen’s collection Harry’s War (run time 26m), followed by documentary Blood Brothers: Freedom Ride (run time 55m).
In 1965, students from the University of Sydney formed a group called the Student Action for Aborigines, led by Charles Perkins (an Arrente man born in Alice Springs and the first Indigenous Australian to graduate tertiary education), to travel on a Freedom Ride through NSW country towns. Run time 55minutes.
The short film Harry’s
Free Film screening
"Big Name, No Blanket"
Community NAIDOC Breakfast $10.00per person
8:00am - 9:00am
A Flag Raising event for the whole of community to come together to kick off NAIDOC celebrations in the Gympie region.
All welcome as we raise the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Australian flags with a small morning tea and informal chat after the ceremony.
Phone Aunty Lillian Burke on 0403 050 407 or Email Sean Connelly @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We will have -
"Welcome to Country"
"Raising of the flags ceremony"
Welcoming Ceremony and Breakfast for NAIDOC 2015
Join us to celebrate the start of NAIDOC week with the Flag Raising ceremony at Redfern Community Centre. We will be hosting a free event that will include smoking ceremony, special guest speakers, cultural performances by Gumeroy Newman from Yidaki Yulugi, and morning tea.
Following this event will be a bus from Redfern to Hyde park for the NAIDOC in the City event from 11am.
Throughout the week we will be celebrating NAIDOC with story telling, yarning, art and craft, music and dance. Our children are aged between 6 weeks and 4 years old.
NAIDOC WEEK – DAY 1 FREE “RESPECT” WORKSHOPS
Date: Monday 6 July 2015
Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm
Venue: Tandanya NACI
Kaurna Country - 253 Grenfell St, Adelaide
Bookings Essential: email@example.com
In celebration of NAIDOC Week and its core value of RESPECT, Tandanya is proud to present a day of activities to foster cross generational learning.
Family groups are invited to engage with community Elders as they promote sharing and mutual learning through story telling.